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Student Access Cards

Online portal for access to all the helpful things. You will need your Student Access Card (SAC) ID Number for resources with an asterisk (*). Some resources may ask for a barcode or library card number or patron ID, this is your SAC number.

Currently, MRL Student Access Cards are available to students in Eastern Mennonite Schools, Harrisonburg City Public Schools, Page County Public Schools, and Rockingham County Public Schools. Distribution of the cards will be handled by your specific school, and schedules for distribution will differ from school to school. Please contact your school’s librarian for more information.

If you have trouble with access or use, please talk to your school librarian or call the Massanutten Regional Library Reference Desk at 540.434.4475 x123.

 

Resources by Category:

Homework Help & Test Prep

Learn a Language

Newspaper & Research Resources

The Fun Stuff

 


Homework Help & Test Prep

Find It Virginia – Access a variety of academic and popular databases relating to a multitude of topics such as biographies, business, health and wellness, and computers.

Learning Express – Test preparation and skill building courses for all levels of students from elementary to graduate, including GED prep.

*Credo Reference & Homework Help – Includes a host of resources, such as educational content for K-12 students, informational videos and tutorials. Homework Help is online tutoring in math science, English & SAT from teachers for kids in grades 3 through 12.

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Learn a Langauge

*Pronunciator – A language learning application. Includes 80 languages. All languages have child friendly lessons

*Rosetta Stone Library Solution – A language learning application that uses an immersion method of learning. Includes 30 languages. Find additional information and help here.

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Newspapers & Research Resources

*American Book of Days – Highlights American holidays and pivotal moments, arranged in an easy-to-use, day by day format, so readers can uncover fascinating and often overlooked accounts of American history.

*Famous First Facts – Informs and entertains with over 8,000 fascinating “firsts” in history.

Find It Virginia – Access a variety of academic and popular databases relating to a multitude of topics such as biographies, business, health and wellness, and computers.

*Heritage Quest – Research family history using census data, Revolutionary War records, family history books, and more.

*Credo Reference – Includes a host of resources, such as educational content for K-12 students, informational videos and tutorials.

Profiles of Virginia – Provides detailed demographic and statistical data on every county and place within the state of Virginia.

*ProQuest – Database of scholarly journal and popular magazine articles.

*US Major Dailies – Includes Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, & The Washington Post. Part of ProQuest.

*Reference Shelf – A carefully selected collection of articles and documents provide balanced coverage, supported by comprehensive background information, on the topics of vital interest in our fast-changing world.

 

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The Fun Stuff

*NoveList K-8 Plus – Resources to help you find that next great read or listen for readers at grades K-12 reading levels.

*NoveList Plus – Resources to help you find that next great read or listen for high school readers whose reading level is above 12th grade.

*RBDigital (formerly OneClickDigital) – Downloadable audiobooks. Includes new and classic titles.

TumbleBook Library and TumbleBookCloud are currently unavailable on school networks but should be available elsewhere. We apologize for the inconvenience.

TumbleBook Library – A collection of picture books and chapter books for elementary school-aged children to read in your web browser.

TumbleBookCloud – A collection of chapter books, graphic novels and audiobooks for middle and high school-aged children to read in your web browser.

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